The Armenian Parliamentary bloc held a meeting on Friday headed by MP Hagop Pakradounian. A statement issued in the wake of the meeting said that talks had mainly focused on the cabinet formation process and the pressing need to swiftly form a cabinet, taking into account the balance that resulted from parliamentary elections, as well as the economic difficulties experienced by the country, which weigh heavily on the shoulders of citizens.
In this context, the meeting also touched on the General Organization for Housing impasse, and on the best means to support this institution and revive the housing loans, especially in this establishment's capacity as the main supporter of the Lebanese youth, and one of the most important factors of familial stability.
The meeting also highlighted the paramount importance of combating drug abuse and trafficking, the naturalization decree, as well as Syrian refugees' dossier.
The bloc insisted granting the citizenship for those who prove to be worthy of carrying the Lebanese nationality "without discrimination". They also pushed for seeking the best means to ensure a safe return of refugees to their homeland in a bid to alleviate the burden of their presence on the Lebanese.
Source: National News Agency